/ Home / Your Council / News / News Releases / 2013
Highland Council takes zero tolerance stance on littering.
A zero tolerance approach to littering in the Highlands has received cross party support from members of The Highland Council’s Transport, Environmental and Community Services Committee.
Council considers winter roads maintenance review.
A number of enhancements to Highland Council’s winter roads maintenance service have been given the go ahead at the Council’s Transport, Environmental and Community Services Committee.
Highland Councillors commend Council staff for work on storm damage
Work has been completed on clean ups and repairs at 21 locations throughout the Highlands that were affected by the 14/15 December storm in 2012.
Street pastors founder to visit Inverness project
The man, who started the internationally successful Street Pastors movement, is to visit the Inverness Street Pastors project on Monday 27 May as part of his first Scottish tour.
Councillors agreed to progress second phase of A890 Stromeferry Bypass route evaluation
The Highland Council’s Transport Environmental and Community Services Committee has agreed to proceed to the second stage of assessment of options for replacing the A890 Stromeferry Bypass.
Inner Moray Firth Local Development Plan - Alternative Sites and Land Use Consultation
Today (16th May 2013), The Highland Council has launched a focused consultation looking at further alternatives that are being considered for the Inner Moray Firth Local Development Plan. The consultation closes on 30th June 2013.
New Education Manager for Inverness
The Highland Council has appointed a new Education Manager for Inverness.
Gaelic Classes take off in Caithness
A series of new Gaelic classes have taken off in Caithness and attendances are much higher than expected.
Remedial Works on A890 Stromeferry Bypass
Planned maintenance works to the rock faces on the south side of the A 890 Stromeferry Bypass, Wester Ross, will commence on 3rd June, and continue for an estimated eight weeks.
Economic growth a priority for Caithness and Sutherland
The Caithness and Sutherland Area Committee of Highland Council will continue to pursue its interests in the economic growth of the area when it discusses Workforce Development and Skills Training at its next meeting at the Assembly Rooms, Wick on Monday 20 May.
© Copyright The Highland Council, 2006 Last Updated: 19/12/2012